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Erecetion, ejaculation, but no orgasm

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 14, 2008
  • 06:36 AM

I have no problem with my sex drive. I have no problem getting or maintaining an erection.

I can even **m, but when I do, there is no "orgasm" - no rush or feeling or anything. I can feel when I'm going to **m, but it doesn't feel any different from when you know you have to go the bathroom, or when you're gonna burp or something - no pleasure, just the awareness.

I'm 36 and have never had this problem before and it's gone on for about a year now. It's not performance anxiety or stress or anything like that. What MEDICAL cause could there be for the lack of an orgasm (and some decreased sensitivity of the penis overall) in males?

I can't find any info on this online because nobody seems to understand that there is a difference between orgasm and ejaculation in men - or that one can occur without the other.

I have heard that orgasm really takes place in the brain (dopamine?) - could there be a problem somewhere else that could cause this?

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  • I have no problem with my sex drive. I have no problem getting or maintaining an erection. I can even **m, but when I do, there is no "orgasm" - no rush or feeling or anything. I can feel when I'm going to **m, but it doesn't feel any different from when you know you have to go the bathroom, or when you're gonna burp or something - no pleasure, just the awareness. I'm 36 and have never had this problem before and it's gone on for about a year now. It's not performance anxiety or stress or anything like that. What MEDICAL cause could there be for the lack of an orgasm (and some decreased sensitivity of the penis overall) in males? I can't find any info on this online because nobody seems to understand that there is a difference between orgasm and ejaculation in men - or that one can occur without the other. I have heard that orgasm really takes place in the brain (dopamine?) - could there be a problem somewhere else that could cause this? Hi Lackingmaleorgasm, You are quite right, orgasm and ejaculation are two different things. Tantric practitioners do understand this. Decreased sensitivity could point at neuropathic problems. Nutrition might have somethng to do with this. Vitamin b12 deficiency can cause lack of orgasm. That's what some of the symtoms lists said. They didn't explain what was meant. Low potassium can cause very weak orgasms. I'm sure there are some others. I would suggest a good physical and some blood tests for starters. A good all round vitamin program with methylcobalamin (methylb12) as the form of b12 and zinc and other minerals could rule out a nutritional problem, or maybe correct it. Good luck.
    Freddd 3576 Replies
    • February 25, 2008
    • 06:05 AM
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